I'm looking to transfer to University of Nevada Las Vegas. I've read that the local casinos snatch up CS majors like heroin brownies. Can anybody offer any other input to keep in mind?
I've checked and they're ABET accredited. I'm currently attending University of Arizona which was ranked in...
Yes I tried it:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Malformed pattern "000'-0000"
at java.text.DecimalFormat.applyPattern(DecimalFormat.java:2610)
at java.text.DecimalFormat.<init>(DecimalFormat.java:435)
at PhoneNumberGenerator.main(PhoneNumberGenerator.java:15)...
I tried that, and it threw an exception.
PhoneNumberGenerator.java:15: error: illegal escape character
DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat( "000 \- 0000" )
I ended up separating the number thusly:
number = r.nextInt( 10000000 ) ;
part1 = number / 10000 ; // this gets the first three...
Homework Statement
Problem:
Tele-Annoy, a telemarketing company has asked you to write a program that when given the area code to dial, generates the next three potential telephone numbers, and then outputs them to the screen for one of their sales representatives to call. Use the area code...
Hi guys I'm helping my girlfriend with her Calc 1 homework and we seem to be stuck on this one problem. Am I missing something obvious?
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
P = P_0 a^t
\frac{5}{20} = \frac{P_0 a^1}{P_0 a^{-1}}
\frac{1}{4} = a^2
a =...
The most frustrating part is that I apparently was correct the first time, but the answer they wanted was positive rather than negative. But looking at the problem, the vector is clearly negative in the X and Y directions!
Think of mu (μ) as the magnitude of how much an object cancels out the forces trying to accelerate it.
There are two mu values for any object. The static and kinetic friction coefficients. Static is the resistance for an object to acceleration, kinetic is the resistance to acceleration after...
I want to apologize ahead of time for my apparent inability to get LaTeX to display properly.
Homework Statement
λ = 3.8 x 10^(-6) C/m
R = 32m
r = magnitude of the hypotenuse (the book's convention, a poor choice IMHO)
r = \sqrt{R^2 + x^2}
k = 8.988 x 10^9
P:(0,-32)
cosθ = x/r
a→∞...
Homework Statement
First, I'd like to thank everybody a head of time. You guys have been an enormous help.
Second, I don't mind telling you that I'm finding sequences and series extremely frustrating. I usually pick this stuff up like nobody's business.
My problem is attached, but I will copy...
It took some mathematical gymnastics, but I eventually got the right number. I'm running into a strange problem with these rules. I don't seem to need to multiply by dx for some reason I can't fathom.